Imagine thousands of Robots at work. They’re running tens of thousands of automated processes.
With UiPath Orchestrator in command, your entire virtual workforce is controlled, managed and monitored securely in one place.
In the cloud or on-premises, physical or virtual machines, it’s easy to start small and scale fast.
Priorities and workloads change. Orchestrator groups Robots in queues and keeps them busy with prioritized work.
Multi-tenancy enables your different global teams to share resources and collaborate on RPA projects while securely maintaining privacy and data separation.
Securely store Robot credentials and limit access to specific roles and responsibilities with CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault.
Improve your security posture with SAML 2.0 single sign-on access to Orchestrator using your standard organizational credentials.
Smartcards are used to provide enhanced security and to reduce risk of data breach. Orchestrator support for smartcards ensure unattended Robots can operate with the same high security.
All Robot and user activities can be recorded in Orchestrator supporting all your audit and compliance needs.
You can gain insights into performance, with powerful visual analytics in real time.
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High availability and scalability made possible with deployment on Microsoft Azure using the PaaS model (Platform as a Service) or Amazon Cloud.
Fully configurable interactive analytics and dashboards, combining the speed of Elasticsearch with the power and flexibility of Kibana and Tableau.
All user and Robot actions are tracked and sent to Elasticsearch or a local SQL database. Full audit trails result in quicker and cleaner audit reports.
Maximizes operational and cost efficiency by providing separate, secure space to all groups implementing and deploying RPA.
Consolidates and displays key Robot/process metrics for Robots deployed globally. Provides utilities for Robot management: transaction queues, workload management, scheduling, licensing, deployment, reassignment, and retirement.
Enables reviewer to release a stable process automation version to robot groups for execution. Multiple versions of a published process can be kept on the server for rollback purposes.
Ensures Robots are healthy and performing well. When active in operation they send a constant “heartbeat” to the server, and raise alerts in case of substandard performance or failures.
Provides Orchestrator control over Unattended Robots for remote process deployment, monitoring and retirement.
Assets are re-usable automation resources (think variables and credentials) that can be shared across different automation projects. They are stored securely in the Orchestrator’s database and made available to Robots whenever needed.
Security and data access for storing credentials is delegated to Microsoft via Active Directory for Windows Credentials. Alternatively, the credentials are stored encrypted (AES 256) in the server database. Credential Manager uses the Credential Locker, formerly known as Windows Vault, for secure storage of usernames and passwords. Robot login credentials can be secured by using a third-party enterprise grade credential store. It is now possible to store your Robot login credentials in CyberArk® Enterprise Password Vault®, through CyberArk®’s Application Identity Manager. CyberArk is a robust technology also used by leading financial services, energy, retail and healthcare companies to protect data.
An out-of-the-box transaction queue system in Orchestrator that stores work items on the server and makes them available to robot groups.
RPA teams can effortlessly manage transactions by tracking their status in real time and setting customizable progress checkpoints. This also greatly expedites troubleshooting.
Optimizes Robot productivity by managing availability against demand and importance. Orchestrator allocates Robots dynamically, without the user having to name a Robot and end up in a state where that robot has a lot of pending jobs and does not get to execute the job efficiently. RPA teams in different global locations can create or edit automation schedules and set specific time zones for execution, which is visible in detail to all of them.
Orchestrator functionality that instructs robots to retry a failed transaction before sending an exception message to the server.
Orchestrator uses a powerful event-based API to integrate with ERP, BPM or any 3rd party systems on a REST based web service.
All activities used to build your automation projects are stored on the Orchestrator, readily accessible to the Robot for download and execution. This gives you enhanced control over activity updates for all your Robots and Studio from a centralized point.
For non-persistent VDI or hot seating scenario such as call center, provision Robot on multiple machines in the blink of an eye. Jobs are queued up and dynamically executed by Robot as per immediate availability
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